Some reactions from one of our customers to what he saw at Day One of IDF Taipei: On any typical business day, everyone wants to carry a notebook that is light and thin. But what component should be gotten rid … Read more
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Professor Chung-Ming Huang, distinguished professor in the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering at National Cheng Kung University sent us his reactions to yestyerday’s IDF Taipei keynotes: Keynote talks are not keynote talks. They are fantastic live talk shows … Read more
On the flight to Taipei, I was seated next to Doug Huard, an Intel motherboard engineer. In this capacity, he’s working more energy efficient motherboard designs and held a session on that topic Monday, taking a look at motherboard features, … Read more
The 10th anniversary for Taipei IDF is a significant milestone for Intel. In the past ten years, Intel has gained huge success in mobile personal computer market, but stumbled on the challenging processor and communication IC market at the same … Read more
From the speaker lounge at IDF Taipei. At IDF SF it was iPhones. From left to right: Dirk Hohndel, Intel/SSG Mark Skarpness, Intel/SSG Jason Swihart, Textura Design Amiram Hayardemy, Sun Microsystems See more IDF Taipei photos at the Flickr IDF … Read more
From Anand Chandrasekher’s opening keynote, the magic of 45nm technology . . . Anand also showed a working 32nm wafer.
While IDF Taipei starts, the blogging lounge was full of attendees on laptops, some meetings, blogging, and the buzz about the show. More photos on Flickr.
We asked one of our customer to tell us what he looks forward to at this year’s IDF Taipei. Here’s what he told us: I was up in the mountains when I got this really important call from a colleague … Read more
In the few hours that I’ve spent so far in Taipei it has “touched my heart.” Taipei is a curious, fun, and warm place with many aspects I’ve have just began to discover. Tomorrow IDF Taipei starts and I’ll join … Read more